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Honey Pork Fillets

"Great way to prepare butterflied pork chops!"
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Ingredients

4 h 55 m servings 273 cals
Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. Slice each chop down the center horizontally, cutting not quite through. Open flat to resemble a butterfly. You can also ask your butcher to prepare the meat in this way.
  2. In a large, shallow dish, mix together honey and Worcestershire sauce. Marinate pork chops in the mixture for no more than 4 hours.
  3. Prepare barbecue for indirect cooking.
  4. Pepper the chops to taste, and place on well oiled grate. Cook over medium low heat for 35 to 40 minutes.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 273 calories; 5.1 g fat; 32.6 g carbohydrates; 23.1 g protein; 59 mg cholesterol; 1397 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Good recipe. I didn't cut the pork chops open and I slowly cooked them on the stove-top rather than the barbecue. Tasted great and my husband loved them.

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Easy to make. Exactly what I was looking for. But the flavor was not great. Neither the worcestershire nor honey was too strong. My family will eat it again, but I will tweak it with some other...

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Good recipe. I didn't cut the pork chops open and I slowly cooked them on the stove-top rather than the barbecue. Tasted great and my husband loved them.

Mmmm!So good!I didn't have any worcestershire sauce left the 2nd time I made this, so I used soy sauce(reduced amount) instead-Very tasty as well-and super moist!

This was really good. Instead of the Pork Chop- I used the Pork Cutlett. I had to reduce the cook time to 20-25 minutes because the thinner meat.

I used thin pork chops trimmed all the fat.Instead of 2 cups of Worcestershire sauce,I only used 1 cup & added 1/4 cup kikkoman lite soy sauce.I also added some garlic powder & a dash of dry ros...

Mmmm this was delicious. My family is very big on garlic tho, so I added a little juice from refrigerated chopped Garlic (maybe a tsp) and it gave it just a little extra wonderful falvor.

Very yummy. I used MUCH more honey, more like 3 Tbs. I also chopped up half an onion.

Easy to make. Exactly what I was looking for. But the flavor was not great. Neither the worcestershire nor honey was too strong. My family will eat it again, but I will tweak it with some other...

I wasn't expecting to like this because I don't like Worcestershire sauce, but it didn't have a strong Worcestershire taste. It was really, really easy, and tasted great!

The whole family loved it. They want me to make more. I added onions a 1/4 of one to mine and a little bit of Chili flakes.